'What is a Christian to make of religious diversity? How does one affirm faith in Jesus Christ and seek to live according to the teachings of Christian faith and at the same time live with neighbors who are not Christian?...This book is written for Christians who are concerned to make sense of this challenge of living with religious diversity. For the most part, I will not be talking about other religious traditions, the ways they approach reality and understand God, or the moral claims the make; this is not a book about 'comparative religions.'...What I will do is present one way that Christians can think about this topic from the standpoint of our faith tradition.'-from the Preface
Cynthia M. Campbell is President of McCormick Theological Seminary, where she also serves as Professor of Church and Ministry. She is the President of the Association of Theological Schools and editor of Renewing the Vision: Reformed Faith in the 21st Century.